Dear inconsiderate St. Louis dog owner, I'm proud of St. Louis. We may not be the most exciting place in the world, but there are a few things we do well. And you managed to shit all over two of them. (Well, not you, most likely. I'm guessing it was your dog. But STILL.)
Have cabin fever yet? If you don't, I'd be surprised. Thankfully, this weekend will be a little respite from the cold. Go check out some of the shows listed here. Or explore the events below. Friday STL Loud EP Release @ Off Broadway The first EP in the STL Loud series is being released toni ... More >>
Each year, the Tivoli Theatre hosts the St. Louis Filmmaker Showcase, a film fest packed with workshops, lectures and films of all genres and lengths from local filmmakers. bobreuterstl.comBob Reuter This year, local visual art and music hold a strong presence in the films. Over a year ago, ... More >>
This weekend is teeming with great art openings and events, featuring sculpture, paintings, photographs and more. Check out the full list below. Courtesy of the artist. Jay Wolke, Quarried Hill, Matera, 2000. From Architecture of Resignation. Jay Wolke: Architecture of Resignation: L ... More >>
stlouiswalkoffame.orgErnest TrovaSt. Louis artist Ernest Trova died this week at the age of 82. During his lifetime Trova was lauded as an artistic innovator and assailed by some as a commercial producer of kitsch. His popular Falling Man series made him something of a household name in art circles ... More >>
Week of December 27, 2007
Matthew Strauss has audacious plans to remake the city's art scene.
Stand clear: A young St. Louis sculptor named Moses has entered the building
Another gallery opens its doors
Daniel Libeskind discusses architecture
SLU president Lawrence Biondi says he leased his Trova from the city fair and square, for $10 a year. Others beg to differ.
Week of December 12, 2001
Emily Pulitzer's gift to St. Louis has arrived in a concrete box. Hidden inside: the portrait of a woman who changed the city.
Former Laumeier Director Beej Nierengarten-Smith points fingers and names names in her parting shot from THE Sculpture Park. She lets it fly, and some of it sticks.
Despite the efforts of rehabber Patrick Schneider, the notion of a Gaslight Square revival seems to be running short on both time and money